JAMMU, APR 23:
Congress led opposition parties notice for removal of Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra has been out rightly rejected by the Rajya Sabha Chairman, Shri Venkaiah Naidu, citing lack of substantial merit in it.
This followed at the heels of the historic judgement in Justice Loya Case, where the Supreme Court not only slammed the Congress Party for settling political scores and “maligning” judiciary but also for wasting time of the court by filing “frivolous” petitions. There cannot be a bigger slap on the face of Congress Party than this claimed Brig Anil Gupta, State Spokesperson of BJP.
Bereft of any issues, the Congress in its desperation to win the 2019 Parliamentary elections is trying all stunts including engineering communal riots but has failed so far in its evil design of polarising the country, alleged Brig Gupta. Out of desperation, party did not even spare the third pillar of democracy in our nation and in conspiracy with like-minded other political parties tried to subjugate the office of Chief Justice of India, an attempt in which it has not only badly failed but emerged as an anti-democratic political party claimed Brig Gupta.
Even the Prime Minister has welcomed the rejection terming it as a victory of democracy. In his 10 page order Mr Naidu said that the notice has “virtually no concrete verifiable imputation and doesn’t deserve to be admitted”. The Congress’ attempt has received widespread criticism among the legal fraternity including top jurists, said Brig Gupta. It would set a dangerous precedent – for example, the ruling party could attempt to remove a Chief Justice if it doesn’t agree with his decisions, opined many of the top jurists.
“Our institutions which are an outcome of our Constitution today need to be saved from the onslaught of the Congress Party. The Congress Party has spared no institution and is attacking the EC, Supreme Court, Army for petty political gains”, said our National President Amit Shah who blasted the Congress party for stooping so low that it has now started attacking our democratic institutions, asserted the spokesperson.